Those who wish to begin a Tsa Lung practice, which is an advanced but achievable discipline, are encouraged to seek a teacher.
In Yes You Can: The achievable Diet, Diana Le Dean searches for the silent killers and suggests alternatives.
I find myself mostly in the realist camp, looking hard at achievable goals and usable power.
How to solve it or what the administration believes is achievable in Afghanistan remains, like so much else, to be determined.
This article has been adapted from Yes You Can: The achievable Diet by Diana Le Dean.
But with such stability the expansion and balanced growth of international trade is not achievable.
Everything is possible; but without labour and failure nothing is achievable.
Only by the possession of treasures these things are achievable, therefore it is laudable in man to strive after wealth.
There was not much of the night left in which to sleep, even had a semblance of sleep been achievable.
It was inconceivable that it could be the practical and achievable cunning of military bullies and strategists.
early 14c., from Old French achever (12c.) "to finish, accomplish, complete," from phrase à chef (venir) "at an end, finished," or Vulgar Latin *accapare, from Late Latin ad caput (venire); both the French and Late Latin phrases meaning literally "to come to a head," from stem of Latin caput "head" (see capitulum).
The Lat. caput, towards the end of the Empire, and in Merov[ingian] times, took the sense of an end, whence the phrase ad caput venire, in the sense of to come to an end .... Venire ad caput naturally produced the Fr. phrase venir à chef = venir à bout. ... From this chief, O.Fr. form of chef (q.v.) in sense of term, end, comes the Fr. compd. achever = venir à chef, to end, finish. [Auguste Brachet, "An Etymological Dictionary of the French Language," transl. G.W. Kitchin, Oxford, 1878]Related: Achieved; achieving.